Pakistan joins the 17th SCO Forum meeting

The 17th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Forum was joined by forty professionals and political experts from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and India.

According to the SCO Secretariat, SCO Secretary-General Zhang Ming addressed during the meeting’s opening session, which was held via video – conferencing. The Russian Foreign Ministry’s Centre of East Asia and SCO Studies at MGIMO University organised the event, which was led by Russia. Igor Morgulov, Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister, also addressed during the inaugural ceremony.

More extensive engagement between the SCO members in the realm of international security, economic cooperation issues, and greater cultural and humanitarian cooperation were among the primary topics addressed in depth by the participants. Scientists presented several excellent suggestions and considerations during the Forum conference, which the SCO governing bodies will examine in their work.

The SCO Forum was founded in 2006 as a consultative-expert mechanism that brings together the SCO member nations’ research and development as well as political science circles.

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